Top Kentucky Private Schools
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 371 top private schools in Kentucky, serving 72,210 students.
- The average private school tuition is $6,081 for elementary schools and $7,708 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
- The average acceptance rate is 92% (view national acceptance rates).
- Minority enrollment is 8% and the student:teacher ratio is 12:1.
Chance School Photo - Virginia Chance School is often described as the school up on the hill. A historic building sits on a beautiful campus of 26 acres and overlooks the fields, woods, gardens and the Learning Greenhouse. Updated to support and challenge 21st century learners, the school provides a progressive program for Twos through Grade 5.
The Lexington School Photo - Ranked #2 best elementary school in the country, The Lexington School is a national leader in preparing kids for 21st century life.
Mary Queen Of The Holy Rosary School Photo - Come see what makes Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School a National Blue Ribbon school and one of the best private schools in Lexington! Contact us today for a personal tour! (859) 277-3030
Christian Academy Of Louisville (Christian Academy School System) Photo - The English Station campus (700 S. English Station Road) serves more than 1,700 students, Junior Academy-12th grade. In 2010, English Station High School received the prestigious Blue Ribbon School Award from the U.S. Department of Education.
North Hardin Christian School Photo - North Hardin Christian School is located in Radcliff, Kentucky.
Top Kentucky Private Schools by County (2019-20)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 1 Schools46 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools154 Students3% Minority
- 3 Schools224 Students5% Minority
- 4 Schools525 Students8% Minority
- 8 Schools1,563 Students6% Minority
- 2 Schools82 Students14% Minority
- 2 Schools388 Students4% Minority
- 2 Schools275 Students12% Minority
- 1 Schools59 Students9% Minority
- 3 Schools177 Students24% Minority
- 3 Schools353 Students3% Minority
- 4 Schools432 Students6% Minority
- 1 Schools22 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools102 Students8% Minority
- 18 Schools2,883 Students2% Minority
- 1 Schools93 Students4% Minority
- 1 Schools59 Students2% Minority
- 3 Schools118 Students13% Minority
- 5 Schools1,131 Students18% Minority
- 3 Schools331 Students5% Minority
- 3 Schools378 Students73% Minority
- 8 Schools1,746 Students3% Minority
- 1 Schools9 Students- Minority
- 37 Schools6,888 Students12% Minority
- 2 Schools212 Students6% Minority
- 6 Schools876 Students5% Minority
- 1 Schools14 Students25% Minority
- 3 Schools165 Students3% Minority
- 5 Schools189 Students3% Minority
- 1 Schools70 Students1% Minority
- 5 Schools1,165 Students20% Minority
- 4 Schools161 Students1% Minority
- 1 Schools69 Students6% Minority
- 2 Schools602 Students8% Minority
- 3 Schools288 Students5% Minority
- 1 Schools57 Students2% Minority
- 100 Schools32,379 Students7% Minority
- 3 Schools97 Students11% Minority
- 2 Schools93 Students10% Minority
- 38 Schools8,739 Students5% Minority
- 1 Schools156 Students7% Minority
- 2 Schools139 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools47 Students4% Minority
- 2 Schools71 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools15 Students18% Minority
- 2 Schools40 Students2% Minority
- 3 Schools284 Students12% Minority
- 1 Schools151 Students8% Minority
- 1 Schools275 Students2% Minority
- 2 Schools371 Students15% Minority
- 4 Schools796 Students6% Minority
- 1 Schools24 Students12% Minority
- 1 Schools133 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools231 Students3% Minority
- 1 Schools6 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools56 Students2% Minority
- 8 Schools1,296 Students3% Minority
- 1 Schools20 Students- Minority
- 4 Schools973 Students4% Minority
- 1 Schools19 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools15 Students9% Minority
- 3 Schools91 Students9% Minority
- 4 Schools642 Students5% Minority
- 2 Schools240 Students1% Minority
- 5 Schools526 Students8% Minority
- 4 Schools510 Students11% Minority
- 2 Schools81 Students3% Minority
- 2 Schools237 Students1% Minority
- 1 Schools56 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools26 Students- Minority
- 7 Schools1,090 Students12% Minority
- 1 Schools200 Students4% Minority
- 1 Schools59 Students7% Minority
- 1 Schools48 Students4% Minority
- 3 Schools323 Students9% Minority
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